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2020 Schedule
0-2, 1st in NL Cent
3d

BBTN: Tim Kurjian on a terrific pair of game sevens and Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game

Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss an exciting game seven between the Dodgers and the Braves, Mookie Betts’ brilliant defense, Dave Roberts leaving Julio Urías in for the 9th inning, the bright future for the Braves, Charlie Morton’s dominance in game seven against the Astros, Randy Arozarena winning the ALCS MVP, if the off days in the World Series advantages either team and the 2021 class of free agent shortstops (14:56). Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game and talks about the best World Series player of all time (33:28).

16d

BBTN: Buster and David Schoenfield look at the tough offseason awaiting the Chicago Cubs

Buster Olney talks to David Schoenfield about Theo Epstein indicating the team will be making changes in the offseason and that this is the twilight of his time with the Cubs. Olney doesn’t think Kyle Schwarber will be on the team next season and that they have a tough decision to make with Kris Bryant. He also wonders what would’ve happened with Bryant had he won his grievance.

16d

BBTN: David Schoenfield talks about the Yankees raking, the Rays' bullpen management and Theo Epstein signaling his time with the Cubs is nearly done. Plus, Hembo previews the NLDS

David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Theo Epstein signaling he’s in the twilight of his time with the Cubs, the Brewers cutting payroll, the Yankees raking through three playoff games, the Rays’ bullpen management, Deivi García starting for New York in game two, Houston’s bullpen bouncing back and Fernando Tatis Jr. vs. the Dodgers’ pitching (11:57). Later, Hembo drops by to talk about major offseason changes looming for the Cubs, Marlins-Braves, Padres-Dodgers and what kind of GM he’d like to see with the Phillies (28:17).

What's next for the Cubs after postseason exit (0:50)
17d
17d

BBTN: Tim Kurkjian ranks the division series based on animus between the teams. Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game

Tim Kurkjian joins Buster Olney to discuss the passing of Cardinals legend Bob Gibson, renaming the MVP award for Frank Robinson, Phillies GM Matt Klentak “resigning,” the big questions facing the Cubs in the offseason and the division series ranked by animus between the teams (7:10). Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game and gives her picks for the division series (33:02).

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Theo Epstein is entering the final year of his contract with the Cubs: “I've been transparent about my feeling that after a certain period of time there can be real benefit for both an individual leader and an organization for some change. I'm not going to run away from those feelings but I'm also as invested in the Chicago Cubs as I was at any point in the last nine years.”

20d

Cooper homers, Sanchez dominates, Marins knock out Cubs 2-0

— Garrett Cooper homered against Yu Darvish in a two-run seventh, hard-throwing rookie Sixto Sánchez dominated for five innings and the Miami Marlins won their first playoff series in 17 years, beating the Chicago Cubs 2-0 Friday to complete a...

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22d

Marte available for Marlins; Game 2 postponed

Marlins manager Don Mattingly said center fielder Starling Marte is unlikely to bat but will be available for Game 2 vs. the Cubs, which has been moved to Friday after Thursday's game was postponed.

22d

BBTN: Dan Shulman and Sarah Langs recap a marathon day of postseason action

Dan Shulman joins Buster to discuss a marathon day of baseball, a spectacular game between the Yankees and Indians, the competitive arrogance of the Rays, Carlos Correa embracing his inner villain, the Twins’ 18-straight playoff losses, and Dinelson Lamet and Mike Clevinger going down for San Diego (13:50). Later, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game with notes on the A’s winner-take-all losing streak, the strikeouts in Reds-Braves and Minnesota’s postseason futility (33:29).

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23dJesse Rogers

Cubs' Hendricks gets Game 1 start vs. Marlins

Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks will start Game 1 of their NL Wild Card Series against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday, manager David Ross announced.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs26520th
Batting Average.22027th
On Base Percentage.31818th
Slugging Percentage.38724th
Earned Run Average3.9910th
Quality Starts0Tied-21st
WHIP1.227th
BAA.2338th